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Determining Eligibility - Ep 163

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Using criteria from the National Park Service and other sources archaeologists are tasked to determine an archaeological resource's eligibility for listing on the National Register of Historic Places. This isn't so easy sometimes and we have criteria and integrity considerations to look at. This episode is a discussion of that process and the issues that come up when trying to do it.

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SAA2019, #metoo, and a Response from SAA President Joe Watkins - 161.2

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A few APN hosts and a guest joined together at the 2019 Society for American Archaeology meetings in New Mexico to talk about the issues that took place at the meeting, the SAA response, and how we can all do better.

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CALL TO ACTION - African-American Burial Grounds Network Act - Ep 157.1

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There is a Bill going before Congress today, February 13th, 2019 regarding setting up an African-American Burial Grounds Network within the National Park Service. Below in the links are the summary document and the actual bill.

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Competition Amongst Archaeologists - Episode 142

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From academic positions to field positions to contracts archaeologists find themselves in a race to the bottom competing with each other in an already strapped industry. Why does this happen and how can we fix it? We toss out some of our ideas on this episode.

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The Drive Time Dilemma - Episode 138

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Drive time is always a hot-button issue in contract archaeology. Should you be paid going from the office to the town the work is in? Should you be paid if you take your own car? What about driving from your home to a local field project 30 min away? Should you be paid for that? We talk about these scenarios and more on today's episode. Please send us your feedback and opinions.

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